The Department for Education (DfE) has claimed that the education of 350,000 children has been transformed after their previously underperforming schools were turned into sponsored academies.

According to a report by the British Council and Education Development Trust, the interaction of more rigorous marking for GCSE languages is putting pupils off taking the subject.

Teach First has warned the most disadvantaged families are likely to lose out on places at the best primary schools in England.

Independent school head teachers have voiced concerns over the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) English Language IGCSE.

Faults have been found in all 17 Edinburgh schools closed over safety concerns.

School spending per pupil across England is expected to fall by at least seven per cent in real-terms between 2015-16 and 2019-20, according to a new report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

New analysis from UCAS has found that there has been a decline in the number of applicants for teacher training in England.

The Fair Education Alliance has published a report claiming access to good schooling in England remains patchy, despite some progress being made.

Prime Minister David Cameron has disputed claims that the government’s academisation plans for England will mean the removal of parent governors from school governing bodies.

Ofsted has declared a ‘shocking fall’ in the GCSE performance of pupils on free school meals (FSM) in Reading.

MPs are set to debate the government’s plans to convert every school across England into an academy.

Around half of the pupils are set to return to school after the closure of 17 schools across Edinburgh due to safety concerns.

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